European UGM

Drug Discovery Technology 2000

Drug Discovery Technology 2000
The Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center
Boston, Massachusetts USA
August 14-18, 2000
Booth 712

See MDL's comprehensive discovery informatics solutions in action at Drug Discovery Technology 2000! Stop by Booth #712 to:
  • Search, select, shop and collect reagents with Reagent Selector
  • Plan, build, synthesize, archive and analyze combinatorial libraries with Afferent
  • Interlink to and from multiple document sources with LitLink /Pro Server
  • Evaluate toxicological data more effectively early in the discovery process with Toxicity
  • Link chemical structures simultaneously to toxicity and metabolism data with Toxicity and Metabolite
  • Search the world’s largest chemical facts database. CrossFire Beilstein is the essential first step in the chemical discovery process. The database offers access to over two centuries of data describing preparations of known organic compounds.
  • Capture, analyze, report, and manage biological data with flexible and extensible Assay Explorer
  • Conduct quick searches accessing both CrossFire Beilstein and CrossFire Gmelin with the new CrossFire 2000 system
And be sure to attend these demonstrations:

Tuesday, August 15, 1:30 p.m.
From Library Design to Library
Planning to Library Synthesis

Wednesday, August 16, 1:30 p.m.
Exploring ADME/Tox Profiles Through Integration of Biological and Chemical Information

We also have a limited number of appointments available in the MDL suite. Contact your sales representative to schedule a private demonstration.

IBC's Drug Discovery Technology 2000 Exposition and Symposium has grown to become one of the largest annual gatherings of pharmaceutical and biotechnology drug discovery researchers worldwide with a projected 2000 attendance of over 1,500 people and an exhibit hall of over 200 booths! Now in its fifth successful year, Drug Discovery Technology 2000 uniquely combines a multi-track scientific symposium of cutting-edge presentations, plenary sessions, tutorials, short courses and workshops with a large exhibit hall showcasing the newest technologies, instrumentation, and products that are driving the drug discovery field.

Drug Discovery Technology 2000 organizers are excited to continue its partnership with American Chemical Society Short Courses. Drug Discovery Technology 2000 is supported by Science, Modern Drug Discovery and Drug Discovery Today.

For more information, contact Michael Keenan, c/o IBC USA Conferences, 225 Turnpike Road, Southborough, MA 01772-1749 USA

Tel: (508)481-6400
Fax: (508)481-4473
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